Informative Speech on Eating Healthy While Having a Busy Lifestyle
Topic: Eating Healthy With A Busy Lifestyle
General Purpose: To inform
Specific Purpose: To inform the audience how to eat healthily on the run
Central Idea: I'll talk about choosing healthy foods when at a restaurant, packing your lunch, and keeping nutritious snacks on hand.
Attention- getter: Good morning ladies and gentlemen. My name is Rhea Lopez and I'm here to talk about eating healthy with a busy lifestyle. How many of you find it a challenge to eat healthy because you are always running somewhere such as from work to school or from school to another activity?
Relevance to audience: Most of us are and you are about to learn ways on how to maintain being healthy while on the run.
Credibility material: As a full time student and a full time Room Attendant, It's hard finding some time to eat healthy so I decided to find ways on how will I eat healthy with my busy schedule.
Preview of Speech: When schedules are busy and life is hectic it is not easy to make healthy eating a priority. Here are some solutions that I come up with, which includes choosing healthy foods when at a restaurant, packing your lunch, and keeping nutritious snacks on hand.
(Transition: First is choosing healthy foods when you are at a restaurant.)
BODY I. Restaurants (both fast-food and others) incorporates healthier choices into their menus. These healthy menus includes salads, baked or grilled entrees, and fruits. A. Salad is one of the healthiest food choice so whatever salad you order, its rest assured that it's healthy. B. According to Food Network, grilling and baking are the healthiest ways to add flavor without fat. C. Fruits can be a versatile part of breakfast, a quick mid-day snack, or a satisfying dessert which gives nutrition to the body. II. Another way of eating healthy with a busy lifestyle is packing your
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